One thought for all 90 players on the Steelers roster entering training camp

  • A plethora of defensive backs in the mix
  • Plenty of developmental prospects on the roster

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Offensive tackle: Improvements are coming

Broderick Jones: Jones is one of the least-experienced players on the roster, but the first-round pick and former five-star recruit has untapped potential a the offensive tackle position. He will have a chance to be a long-time starter at left tackle.

Chukwuma Okorafor: The former third-round pick outplayed his draft status, but he's still considered a low-level starter compared to the rest of the league. Okorafor hasn't improved at a fast enough rate since entering the league in 2018. This will be a huge year for the right tackle.

Dan Moore Jr.: Moore will be working as hard as ever to repair his reputation. The Texas A&M product was a two-year starter, but will soon be uprooted by Broderick Jones. Moore eventually projects as Pittsburgh's swing tackle but will try to reclaim a starting role at some point in his career.

Le'Raven Clark: This is an Andy Weidl special thanks to his freakish length for the offensive tackle position. Clark may be the frontrunner if the Steelers keep a fourth OT on the roster, but they typically roll just three at the position.

Dylan Cook: Cook has very average traits to work with and an uphill battle ahead this summer. With a strong performance at Steelers training camp, the Montana prospect could be a candidate for the practice squad.

NOTE: Jarrid Williams has been released to make room for Kwon Alexander